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- n. Plural form of cardiac.
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Sure, some people will whine that contests are supposed to teach kids about sportsmanship, but there's another argument: that "sportsmanship" is teaching kids to stuff their feelings, and setting them up for massive cardiacs at age 47.
The technique I used on the cardiacs was exactly the same procedure I'd have elected to follow even if we had approval, not some untested improvisation.
Francesca never had any qualms about sending her patients to the institute because, whatever the woman's "tricks" were, they must be sound, because she got post-op cardiacs back into form better than anyone.
This fact was recognized by the famous Dublin physician, William Stokes, who advocated walking therapy for cardiacs in his historical work Diseases of the Heart and Aorta, published in 1854.
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Transplants aren't magic, and we only use them on terminal cardiacs. "